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Degas’s transition to modern subject matter, evident in The Steeplechase, was a long and gradual one, not an overnight conversion. Before he left Italy, he had made drawings of street characters and paintings of fashionable horse-riders, but always on a small scale.
In Paris in the early 1860s, his pictures of French racing events broke new ground both for their decidedly contemporary subject matter and for their surprising viewpoints and bold colours, which preceded the canvases of similar scenes by his renowned contemporary Édouard Manet.
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Kitty Meijering (born in Alkmaar 1974) studied at the University of Amsterdam where she studies visual arts education successfully completed in 1998. For her graduation project she made mostly nudes and model studies.
Dance and ballet is a new theme on which Kitty has paid. This exciting new series will feature paintings of dancers, full of movement and emotion. The dancers displayed in warm colors appear as the cloth to dance. You can almost literally hear the music.
A different side of her work shows a more abstract style of painting seen. The paintings were abstract, interspersed with recognizable elements from a background that is often the atmosphere of old streets and weathered walls. From her travels and vacations doing their inspiration for this work.
Mostly colors and patterns of clothing, cities and buildings therein may serve as inspiration. Its capacity to a mystical atmosphere in her work to explain to Kitty owes a great sense of color, shape and material.